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Artist and Traveller
Book signed by the author on title page - inscription "Francis Luckcock, with best wishes Pauline Lucas January 2010".
Out of print book.
Biography of the artist.
Evelyn Gibbs studied at the Liverpool School of Art and at the Royal College of Art, before winning a Prix de Rome Scholarship for engraving in 1929, with which she spent two years in Italy. Supporting herself by teaching at a school for handicapped children, she wrote a book on art teaching illustrated by her pupils, and then became a teacher-training lecturer at Goldsmiths College. When Goldsmiths was evacuated to Nottingham during World War II, she created the Midlands Group of Artists: two exhibitions in a large empty building led to permanent gallery premises and a range of other activities supporting artists in the region.
Condition of paperback is in nearly new condition. Paperback cover is in excellent condition, pages are tightly bound, clean and unmarked.
1905 - 1991
Booklet issued by Nottinghamshire County Council Angel Row Gallery to coincide with a touring retrospective of Evelyn Gibbs' work.
Condition of booklet is very good. Pen and thumb marks to cover, although there are no signs of wear and tear. Pages are tightly bound, clean and unmarked.
The Nottingham Years
Leaflet is in nearly new condition.
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